I am releasing the newly-completed “The MCS Golf Swing” eBook to the public now that everyone who pre-ordered has received their copies – happy reading, WAX Nation!
I’ve completed all of the writing and have done extensive editing and now I’m putting some finishing touches on the graphics and pics. of which there are a lot.
There are two things, when you read the upcoming “MCS Golf Swing” eBook (which I’m currently wrapping up for release this week, and I simply can’t rush it, now that it’s nearly finished), that I want you to really take to heart.
The first is the “Measuring To The Ball” process, which will ensure that you are able to maximize the leverage and power production in the “3 To 9” phase that I have taken extra care to explain.
I know there’s the Waste Management Phoenix Open on right now, and of course the main event of Super Bowl Sunday kicks off in a few hours.
I can say that because the brute work of the writing is nearly completed, after which I will be in the editing stage on the weekend, but since I usually am very strict in my writing (editing as I go along), I don’t see that taking more than a couple of days once I’m finished with the writing.
Now, I am a proponent of the low-heel impact, and if you can swing so that it is flat at impact, then you’re really onto something, but that’s also only if you do it properly.
I’ll tell you all what got me to the point where I can emulate Mike Dunaway’s near-perfect down swing leverage and low-heel impact position – it’s the Kettle Bell “One Exercise” that I gave you all in “EMCS2 – The Follow Up” video.
I’m in what should be the final week of writing for the upcoming eBook on “The MCS Golf Swing,” and I have noticed an influx of fresh viewers to the site in the past couple of weeks, for whatever reason.
It’s my personal journey towards replicating the model in its purest essence that I’m after, as you know, and the thing I’ve “found” is something that anyone will find in applying the principles laid out in the “E = MCS” video on stance and “measuring” oneself to the ball.
OK, I mentioned yesterday in one of my breaks from swinging and writing that I had found something in the setup that should be something everyone will or should have in their own swings when they find their optimal address position.